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Many hitters of all ages do not always get to the best position when their front foot lands. Keeping the body loaded throughout the stride is crucial for hitters to truly perform their best. With this “Pump fake check drill” you will help your hitters gain more awareness of where they actually have to be when their front foot gets down.
Cues about stepping in the bucket or striding in have been shouted at hitters for years. Yet when we turn on an MLB game you will see hitters with multiple different directions of strides. So what allows the best hitters in the world to step in the bucket or across their body and still be successful?
Learn how your own baseball swing can improve from one key swing thought from 5-time Major winning Phil Mickelson
If your hitters are struggling with constant upper body mistakes in hitting here are 5 drills to help them turn faster and make more consistent hard contact
How the Load Affects the Swing Educating Coaches and Parents About the Load and the Swing A lot of times coaches and parents are looking for a quick fix to…
How can your ribs and breathing technique allow you to be a better hitter? Check out how our breathing affects our power in the swing.
Staying connected in the swing is vital for a hitter’s success. Cast your hands and barrel in your swing can result in poor contact and consistency when hitting. Oftentimes hitters mindlessly hit off the tee thinking they are getting better. With this simple drill, you can make sure you are staying connected better and improve your bat path to the ball.
Here are four indoor hitting drills you can do in your garage, back yard, and even your living room. Don’t let your training fall behind!
Think of a hitting flaw you’ve heard of. Now, what do you think is one of the most common flaws? Over and over when our highest level clients come into…
It is hard for hitters to feel their backside working to the ball. With the front arm constraint drill the hitter only has one way to turn, behind the ball
JK Whited gives a drill that helps hitters who are hitting weak pop-ups and groundballs generate more power and more consistency
Looking for more extension in your swing? If you are rolling over too much here are a few simple drills to help you drive the ball more consistently.